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An event during which people get together to drink large amounts of alcohol coupled with the commotion of drunkenness. =The term is most likely a metaphor with a zoo where animals are kept, More…

zod

An idiot ="You zod!" Etymology : It appears to be a variant on the pronunciation of "sod", with a near identical meaning, however the speaker insisted it was More…

zog

1. A dog that has been reincarnated, esp. evil As is a current fad among high school and college students, my friend Patrick coined this term while we were watching the zombie movie, More…

zombie

To take unauthorized control of an internet server for the purposes of distributing one’s own information on it as opposed to what the administrator intended. Adjective: A term to More…

zombie

Noun/adj.: A process/task that has stopped executing but has not been reaped by the operating system. The term is generally used to refer to such a situation on a Unix-based operating More…

Zomfg

(originated to omfg due to a typo) Same meaning as the abbreviation oh my F** god. This is meant to be an exclamation used online when something impressive or atrocious occurs. The new More…

ZOMG

a variant of the popular acronym “OMG”, meaning “Oh My God” =Generally used in a sarcastic manner. Etymology : The “z” was originally a mistake made while attempting to hit the shift key More…

zomg

This is a variant of the acronym “OMG”, which stands for "oh my god". The full meaning is "Zerg Oh My God", usually used from being zerg rushed early on in a game. =The More…

Zoology

An intent of drinking extensively in college. An intent of starting many zoos. =This term is most appropriate to use while one is in college because of its being a homonym with More…

Zoom

(Reanalysis and Verb) To use the Zoom app to communicate virtually to get a task done whether it be homework, a meeting etc. =The is an extremely new term that was coined to capture what More…

Zoom (2)

video call application popular for online classes held during coronavirus pandemic =Zoom was an already existing word that meant move quickly. It is now used as the name of the application More…

Zoom (3)

using the video call platform Zoom =This formed from turning the noun Zoom into an action of using the platform Zoom. This seemed to come about in the same way that people use google. More…

Zoom Fatigue

(noun) Being extremely tired from spending hours on Zoom for class or meetings etc. It could also describe the physical pain experience from being sedentary for long periods of time. =This More…

zoom [someone] in

(phrasal verb; generalization) To give someone (the object of the verb) a video call so that they can participate remotely in an event that is otherwise in person. This term is derived from More…

Zoomaka

virtual Dhamaka over Zoom =Rice’s South Asian Society typically holds an event called Dhamaka in person. Due to the Covid-19 pandemic, this was not possible in 2020. Instead, they held More…

zoomer

Used to refer to a member of Generation Z, the generation of people following the Millennials. Members of Generation Z are characterized by their familiarity with modern technology, More…

Zoomer

(blending) A person belonging to Gen Z =Used pejoratively to refer to people in Gen Z. Popular on social media sites like twitter where people in Gen Z are frequently made fun of by More…

zoomer (2)

(noun) A person from generation z =This term is used by people of all ages, typically as a lighthearted slang term online for generation z. Etymology : This term plays on generation More…

Zoomers

People past the age of retirement who have an active lifestyle =Bob and Mary are typical of the zoomer generation: retired, wealthy, and travel four times a year. Etymology : From the More…

Zooted

Extremely dysfunctional due to the use of alcohol or drugs, high and/or drunk to the point of being barely able to think. =When encountering a person that is extremely intoxicated in some More…


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